Faculty Affairs & Development Events

Medical School Faculty Development Opportunities

Academic Health Center NIH Proposal Preparation Program (P3)

This program is designed for early-career, assistant professor faculty members in the Academic Health Center who are preparing their first K- or R-series grant proposal. Over the course of thirteen (13) two-hour sessions, participants prepare drafts of their proposal sections and critique each other's written materials. This program is offered three times annually to coincide with the fall, winter, and summer NIH deadlines. Space is limited. Click here for more information and upcoming offerings.

Path to Publication: A Workshop on Preparing Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts

This interactive, half-day workshop is designed for Medical School faculty who have minimal to moderate experience in writing for peer-reviewed journals. This workshop is offered twice annually, typically in December and April. Click here for more information and upcoming offerings.

Manuscript Writing Workshop Series (MWWS)

Over the course of eight (8) two-hour sessions, faculty will initiate, develop and complete a manuscript based on a pre-existing data set. This workshop includes didactic and shared manuscript review sessions. Click here for more information and upcoming offerings.
Additionally, resources are available for faculty who are interested in mentoring programs and medical education.


Lecture Archives

Office of Faculty Affairs and Development

Faculty Meeting Presentation on Diversity Initiatives


Event Archives

iBiology and NRMN Live Q & A: Culturally Responsive Mentoring

Please follow this link to watch a recording of the live Q&A session on Culturally Responsive Mentoring hosted by the National Research Mentoring Network. 

Mentoring is essential to improving the success of underrepresented minority (URM) scientists. Join us to talk about culturally responsive mentoring and the importance of taking into account diverse cultural experiences to establish more effective mentoring relationships. Our esteemed panel of experts will discuss culturally responsive mentoring, why it matters and how it can help diversify the U.S. biomedical workforce.


Visiting Scholar Slides